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Antique Turkish Tile, Property Belongs To Allah, Building Sign, Kutahya Tile Wall Decor, Traditional Plate, Painted Orientalist

£121.99

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Antique & Vintage Around 50-60 years old ceramic / tile wall art Kutahya Tile / Ceramic Plate. Kutahya is a city in Center of Turkey.. Kutahya is the capital city for producing ceramic/tiles in Turkey This plate is totally hand made. in Turkey, this tiles are hanging on the building & it is written in Arabic; mlk allah’ndr = property belongs to Allah This is the message…. we are not owner, everythings are belong to God…. FOR SIZE: LAST PHOTOS cm-inches in good Condition // Ready to use SHIPPING all products are available in stock We ship items within 1-3 business days. Items are sent via airmail – PTT – Turkish International Shipping Service We ship worldwide Average delivery time to the United States, Canada, Australia: 12 to 17 working days Average delivery time to Europe: 4 to 7 working days ( Depending on post office service ) Returns are accepted, but First Please make a contact with us…. CONTACT If you have any questions, please hit the message seller button next to the price & we will get back to you within a few hours. Antique Turkish Tile, Property Belongs To Allah, Building Sign, Kutahya Tile Wall Decor, Traditional Plate, Painted Orientalist

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